David De Coninck
David De Coninck
KU Leuven | LMU München
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Beliefs in conspiracy theories and misinformation about COVID-19: Comparative perspectives on the role of anxiety, depression and exposure to and trust in information sources
D De Coninck, T Frissen, K Matthijs, L d'Haenens, G Lits, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 646394, 2021
Perceived vulnerability to disease and attitudes towards public health measures: COVID-19 in Flanders, Belgium
D De Coninck, L d'Haenens, K Matthijs
Personality and Individual Differences 166, 110220, 2020
Migrant categorizations and European public opinion: Diverging attitudes towards immigrants and refugees
D De Coninck
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 46 (9), 1667–1686, 2020
One virus, four continents, eight countries: An interdisciplinary and international study on the psychosocial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic among adults
M Généreux, PJ Schluter, KKC Hung, CS Wong, CPY Mok, T O’Sullivan, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (22), 8390, 2020
The relationship between media use and public opinion on immigrants and refugees: A Belgian perspective
D De Coninck, K Matthijs, M Debrael, W Joris, R De Cock, L d'Haenens
Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research 43 (3), 403–425, 2018
Social media and Fear of Missing Out in adolescents: The role of family characteristics
N Bloemen, D De Coninck
Social Media + Society 6 (4), 2020
Subjective well-being among first-year university students: A two-wave prospective study in Flanders, Belgium
D De Coninck, K Matthijs, P Luyten
Student Success 10 (1), 33–45, 2019
The contact hypothesis during the European refugee crisis: Relating quality and quantity of (in)direct intergroup contact to attitudes towards refugees
D De Coninck, I Rodríguez-de-Dios, L d'Haenens
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 24 (6), 881–901, 2021
Forgotten key players in public health: News media as agents of information and persuasion during the COVID-19 pandemic
D De Coninck, L d'Haenens, K Matthijs
Public Health 183, 65–66, 2020
Who is allowed to stay? Settlement deservingness preferences towards migrants in four European countries
D De Coninck, K Matthijs
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 77, 25–37, 2020
The evolution in anxiety and depression with the progression of the pandemic in adult populations from eight countries and four continents
M Généreux, PJ Schluter, E Landaverde, KKC Hung, CS Wong, CPY Mok, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (9), 4845, 2021
Can ‘the other’ ever become ‘one of us’? Comparing Turkish and European attitudes towards refugees: A five-country study
D De Coninck, C Ogan, L d'Haenens
International Communication Gazette 83 (3), 217–237, 2021
The refugee paradox during wartime in Europe: How Ukrainian and Afghan refugees are (not) alike
D De Coninck
International Migration Review 57 (2), 578–586, 2023
Investigating intergroup attitudes in Europe: Cross-national data on news media, attitudes towards newcomers, and socio-psychological indicators
D De Coninck, L d'Haenens, W Joris
Data in Brief 26, 104535, 2019
Rental discrimination, perceived threat and public attitudes towards immigration and refugees
PP Verhaeghe, D De Coninck
Ethnic and Racial Studies 45 (7), 1371–1393, 2022
Media use, fear of terrorism, and attitudes towards immigrants and refugees: Young people and adults compared
M Debrael, L d'Haenens, R De Cock, D De Coninck
International Communication Gazette 83 (2), 148–168, 2021
Unpacking attitudes on immigrants and refugees: A focus on household composition and news media consumption
D De Coninck, K Matthijs, M Debrael, R De Cock, L d'Haenens
Media and Communication 7 (1), 43–55, 2019
Migration and integration policy in Europe: Comparing Belgium and Sweden
P Puschmann, E Sundin, D De Coninck, L d'Haenens
Images of immigrants and refugees in Western Europe. Media representations …, 2019
Fear of terrorism and attitudes toward refugees: An empirical test of group threat theory
D De Coninck
Crime & Delinquency 68 (4), 550–571, 2022
Longitudinal evidence of how media audiences differ in public health perceptions and behaviors during a global pandemic
T Frissen, D De Coninck, K Matthijs, L d'Haenens
Frontiers in Public Health 8, 583408, 2020
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